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'Wheel of Fortune' contestant's bad spelling proves embarrassing

Vanna White, a South Carolina native, and Pat Sajak, co-hosts of  the television show "Wheel of Fortune", greet the crowd on the set in North Charleston, S.C., Saturday, Jan. 12, 2007. It's the first time the show, now in its 24th season and seen in syndication by an estimated 46 million fans each week, has taped in South Carolina. (AP Photo/Alice Keeney)

Vanna White, a South Carolina native, and Pat Sajak, co-hosts of the television show "Wheel of Fortune", greet the crowd on the set in North Charleston, S.C., Saturday, Jan. 12, 2007. It's the first time the show, now in its 24th season and seen in syndication by an estimated 46 million fans each week, has taped in South Carolina. (AP Photo/Alice Keeney)  (AP)

If you can't spell, "Wheel of Fortune" may not be the right game show for you.

A contestant found that out the hard way when trying to guess an occupation on the popular program.

She got the first word right, but the second word, not so much.

 

"I knew that was coming," said host Pat Sajak.

Because he's seen it all.

 

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